|Home||Audio Books & Poetry | Community Audio | Computers & Technology | Grateful Dead | Live Music Archive | Music, Arts & Culture | Netlabels | News & Public Affairs | Non-English Audio | Podcasts | Radio Programs | Spirituality & Religion|
|Anonymous User (login or join us)|
64Kbps M3U (Lo-Fi)
(147.5 M)64Kbps MP3 ZIP
Short-lived, musically memorable NBC radio show by the virtuoso guitarist/recording innovator, his vocalist wife Mary Ford, and their bass/percussion partner Ed Stapleton.
This audio is part of the collection: Old Time Radio
It also belongs to collection: Radio Programs
Creative Commons license: Public Domain
|TheLesPaulShow_64kb_mp3.zip||64Kbps MP3 ZIP||147.5 MB|
|Audio Files||64Kbps MP3|
|Other Files||Archive BitTorrent|
Subject: The Les Paul Show
I give this historic radio show four stars.
Subject: Mr. Guitar
With the sad departure of his death on Thursday, these recordings are most special to listen to and enjoy. Now more than ever.
sav rekons -
Subject: a great insight
these are a great insight into a time a bit before the rock and roll explosion. i found these really enjoyable, and can listen to them over and over again. some of the material is repeated, but that okay. if you love guitar these are a must, tell your friends.. the sound is ok also
sav rekons 4.5 to 5 stars
These recordings are an amazing find!
Not only do you get a great sampling of the genius that is Les Paul, but the quality is unbelievable for this era. I mean, STEREO!
A great, if short, download. Five hours of grooviness!!!
Subject: Les Paul Show
He remains at the top of recording, designing endless sustain guitars and guitar technique that stuns (and always) with or without multi-recording. He is one man!!! Just listen!!!
He was looked up to by one of the world's best guitarists, Chet Atkins, the best of Rock and the rest of us. His guitar is in such demand that thousands think Les Paul is a guitar. They are right AND ALMOST!!!!!!!!!!!
A delightful showcase of this innovative master of the electric guitar. The vocals and accompanying musicians are wonderful, but it is Paul's immaculate guitar style that carries these selections.